4751 N Academy Blvd Ste B
Colorado Springs, CO 80918


(719) 201-9153

It can be stressful to look for a new massage therapist Colorado Springs. It doesn’t have to be hard to find a good massage therapist. You just have to make sure you know everything you need to know and be willing to spend a little time learning.

We’ve put together our top tips to help you find the right massage therapist.

Determine your needs first

What kind of message would you like? Do you want a sports massage, a deep-tissue massage, or a massage to help you relax? Some people like to get massages in the comfort of their own homes, while others prefer to go to the office of their therapist or a spa. When it comes to mood or setting, most people who just want to relax choose to get a massage in a spa or a place that feels like a spa. To help set the mood, this is often done with dimmed lights, aromatherapy candles, and music. People who get massages as part of their medical treatment, on the other hand, prefer to do so in a physical therapist’s or chiropractor’s office.

Ask around

Do you have family or friends who get massages often? Ask them who they see and what makes it good. Your main doctor or a medical specialist are also great places to get recommendations. They may have a list of massage therapists who have specialized training and experience in techniques that are good for treating your condition or complaint.

Check out reviews

Before you choose the best massage Colorado Springs, read online reviews to find out what other people thought of the location, the atmosphere, and the massage therapist’s skills.

Check education

Read about the therapist and where they went to school before making an appointment. If you want a deep tissue massage or have an autoimmune disease, it’s important that your massage therapist knows about both of these things. You should also ask how long the massage therapist has been doing their job.

Look for licenses

Massage therapists can be certified or licensed at the national, state, or local level. You can look up on Google what your state’s licensing rules are. A therapist who is nationally certified by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) has at least 500 hours of training from an approved school and has passed a written test. Most of the time, the therapist’s credentials will be posted in his or her office.

Consider Location

It’s important to start close to home. If you like your session and want to make massages a regular part of your schedule, distance will be important. How far and how often are you willing to go?